Please consider a gift or pledge using one of the methods outlined below. For more information about Lawrence's fund-raising programs, contact the Office of Development at annual.giving@lawrence.edu, or 920-832-6548.

  • Make an online gift now!

  • Mail your check to:
    Lawrence University Development Office
    711 E. Boldt Way
    Appleton, WI 54911-5595
     
  • Call 920-832-6548 to charge a gift to your credit card. Outside normal business hours, leave a message at this number and we'll return your call.
     
  • Stock Transfers
Thank you for your interest in making a charitable contribution to Lawrence University in the form of a securities transfer. For stock held in brokerage accounts, your financial advisor or trust officer can assist you in making a gift of stock via a direct transfer to Lawrence University. Please note the following information:


Broker:  Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated
Account Name:  Lawrence University of Wisconsin
Account:  5084-0769
DTC:  0547
Lawrence Tax ID#:  39-0806297
Financial Advisor:  The Gottsacker Zuleger Group (Tom Gottsacker, Jim Zuleger, or Stephanie Scheibel); Telephone Number:  920-830-3600


Not all mutual funds transfer through our DTC number. In this case, and for gifts of stock not held in a brokerage account, please contact Jane Ishikawa in the Development Office at Lawrence University at 920-832-6517, or email at jane.ishikawa@lawrence.edu.  It is also helpful for Lawrence to be notified of intended transfers and eventual use of funds.

Receiving Bank Name: Chase, Wisconsin
Receiving Bank ABA Number: 021000021
Swift Code: CHASUS33
Beneficiary Name: Lawrence University
Beneficiary Account Number: 510100319
Dollar Amount: $_______________
Additional Reference: Please indicate name of person wire is coming from and reason for wire.
BBI: Chase, Appleton

Gifts from Retirement Assets
Congress has re-authorized the provision that allows you to make a tax-free gift from your IRA to Lawrence. That means you have a new source of tax-advantaged funds to use to make a gift. If you are 70 1/2 or older, find out how your charitable giving just got easier!

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